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Beta Analytic associates Tamara Armstrong, Troy Day and Haley Gershon are available for consultation throughout the five-day event slated to begin on December 10, 2018. Beta Analytic marketing specialist Haley Gershon and research associates Hui Jian and Troy Day welcome all inquiries about the lab's services.
Read More Published on September 25, 2018Earlier this year, Beta Analytic's China office held its second geology photo competition via the local social media platform We Chat.
The lab’s VP of Lab Operations Chris Patrick, VP for Business Development and Strategy Florencia Goren, Marketing Specialist Haley Gershon, and Account Manager Tamara Armstrong will also be available to offer advice and consultation for any projects. Read More Published on October 29, 2018ISO 17025-accredited carbon dating laboratory Beta Analytic is inviting participants of the 130th annual meeting of the Geological Society of America (GSA) to visit Booth 619 from November 4-7, 2018.
Read More Published on January 4, 2019Please be informed that the Miami lab will be closed during these periods (all dates inclusive):• May 27 (Memorial Day) • July 4 (Independence Day) • September 2 (Labor Day) • November 28-29 (Thanksgiving Holiday) • December 23, 24, 25, 26 (Christmas Holiday) • January 1, 2020 (New Year’s Day) Read More Published on December 7, 2018Miami-based carbon dating lab Beta Analytic is inviting participants of the 2018 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting to visit Booth #1305. This year's meeting will be held at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Today, the radiocarbon-14 dating method is used extensively in environmental sciences and in human sciences such as archaeology and anthropology.
It also has some applications in geology; its importance in dating organic materials cannot be underestimated enough.
This can provide information on past deep sea circulation rates. You only need to include the confirmation code in the package.
There are three carbon isotopes that occur as part of the Earth's natural processes; these are carbon-12, carbon-13 and carbon-14.
The unstable nature of carbon 14 (with a precise half-life that makes it easy to measure) means it is ideal as an absolute dating method.
The other two isotopes in comparison are more common than carbon-14 in the atmosphere but increase with the burning of fossil fuels making them less reliable for study (2); carbon-14 also increases, but its relative rarity means its increase is negligible. After this point, other Absolute Dating methods may be used.
Beta Analytic Deputy Director and Quality Manager Mr.
Ron Hatfield will welcome any inquiries on the lab’s radiocarbon dating and stable isotope analysis services.